How To Lose Weight N Keep It Off
The revolutionary interval walking program in Walk Off Weight helps readers lose three times more weight than traditional steady-state walking plans. This cookbook has 150 easy, gourmet-on-the-go meals that provide the nutrients they need to fuel their workouts. Eating right is simple-and delicious-with meals like Banana Pancakes with Maple-Walnut Syrup; Tex-Mex Turkey, Mango, and Pineapple Wraps; and velvety Chocolate Pudding Cake. Most important, readers will learn how to make better food choices wherever they go. In addition to a28-day Walk Off Weight suggested meal plan, readers can draw from 14 days of mix-and-match meals to design their own balanced, healthful menus. They can then pair their healthy eating habits with the Walk Off Weight workout plan to stay on track to find their best body and stay fit for life.
People who want to lose weight are faced with a dizzying array of options: low-fat, low-carb, gluten-free? the list is endless. But the truth behind them all is that the only real way to lose weight is to burn more calories than you take in. Those who have rediscovered calorie counting want calorie-controlled options that take the guesswork out of dieting. But they also want food they can enjoy and feel good about. And for many, that means going light on the artificial sweeteners. The Complete Idiot's Guide? to 200-300-and 400-Calorie Meals helps readers put together a meal plan that keeps them to their calorie goals and helps them lose weight safely-and keep it off. In this book, readers will find:A system for calculating a calorie budget based on current weight, activity levels, and weight-loss goals. How to keep track of calories consumed and estimate calorie content of meals on the go. Two weeks of meal plans for various calorie-budget levels. Eating schedules to keep people feeling full and satisfied between meals. Recipes for 300 and 400-calorie meals that taste great. Recipes for 200-calorie snacks and light meals to satisfy hunger without blowing the diet. Ways to satisfy a sweet tooth without overdosing on artificial sweeteners, which often make people crave more sugar.